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Speak into the golden microphone

Many observers have scoffed at the 3,000-signature-a-day pace that URAPC organizer Christine Bauserman boasted about earlier this month, and Stevens today called in to the Rush Limbaugh Show and admitted as much, making an appeal for donations so the expansion ...

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Arizona Medical Marijuana Program: A product of lies?

Arizona Medical Marijuana Program: A product of lies?

Despite the fact that voters in Arizona passed Proposition 203 in 2010 in favor of medical marijuana, there continues to be a push by those opposed. I often read statements from the opposition that simply don’t stand up to objective scrutiny. I am a former police officer who is now disabled. While I appreciate all opinions, I feel it’s paramount that debate be based on facts and logic and not simple emotion fueled by ideology.

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Law increasing judicial nominees challenged (access required)

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Battle over how judges are appointed could resurfaceFour members of the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments today filed a lawsuit with the Arizona Supreme to block a law that gives the governor more nominees for appointing judges from taking effect.

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